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A new Shopfront Grant Scheme is now available to businesses across the Castlebar Municipal district. This scheme has been launched further to a proposal by Councillor Donna Sheridan at the March meeting of the Castlebar Municipal District, who welcomed the launch, saying: "I am delighted that the scheme is now in operation, businesses can apply for grant funding of up to 50% of approved works to a maximum of €1,000. With many shops reopening last week, it is vital we do everything we can to support local businesses. This scheme is available to businesses in Belcarra, Balla, Breaffy, Ballyvary, Castlebar, Turlough and Lahardaun." For further information log on to https://tinyurl.com/4h2wjeze.
Fine Gael Cllr Donna Sheridan has asked for a full report from the digital transformation team of Mayo County Council and the local authorities IT department, on why council meetings are not being streamed online for the public to watch easily. Cllr Sheridan had at the January meeting of the Castlebar Municipal District asked for the meetings to be streamed, which was backed by other councillors, and expressed her disappointment that it was not in place for the February meeting.
This year marks the the centenary of the death of one of Ireland's greatest Olympians and Bohola native Martin Sheridan.
Thanks to generous support of Mayo County Council the Martin Sheridan Bursary Awards for 2016 are now open for applications by relevant sporting bodies and organisations. Forms and application criteria are downloadable from www.sites.google.com/site/martinsheridanbursary or by email request to [email protected] The closing date for completed entries is October 28.
The 2015 Martin Sheridan Bursary awards were presented by the Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Cllr Michael Holmes, to the recipients recently at the Martin Sheridan Memorial Community Centre. Now in its third year, the awards are for sports people who have excellent potential, outstanding ability, and the desire to perform at the highest level possible in their chosen sport and have the potential to bring recognition and success at national and international level to Mayo. The awards are designed to assist in the cost of education, training, travel, and equipment.
RICHARD HAWLEY, one of Britain's finest contemporary songwriters, has announced a major Galway show for the New Year, as part of his forthcoming British and Irish tour in support of his latest album Hollow Meadows.
Tomorrow night Ryan Sheridan will take to the stage at the Sugarbeat festival in Tuam as he heads out on the bye-roads of Ireland for the first time in five years. We caught up with Sheridan last week ahead of this gig and his appearance in Castlebar in Garbo's on Friday, September 18. Speaking about his time out from the circuit in Ireland, Sheridan said: "It's been five years, it's been a long time away, but I'm dying to get back out there and tour Ireland."
Local acts The New Social and Michael Oliver Sheridan are to join Ryan Sheridan on stage this September for what should be an unforgettable night of live music in Garbo's Venue, Castlebar, on September 18.
Tickets are already selling fast for the Ryan Sheridan gig recently announced for Garbo’s venue in Castlebar this September.
A 33-year-old man who sold drugs to pay for his chronic alcoholic problems received a six months suspended sentence and warned to seek help for his difficulties.